Faculty of Fine Art
Hosts art exhibitions, housed inside Dhaka University's Institute of Arts and Crafts.
Beginning near the Old High Court and stretching all the way to the National Museum, Suhrawardi Park covers an enormous area. This was...
One of Dhaka's largest green areas – a great escape if the traffic is getting too much. The Mughals first set aside the area for...
Dark, smoky and women-free, but popular. Local beers from Tk 20 and imported beers from Tk 250. Located on 2nd floor of a small...
Students from nearby university campuses flock here to fill up on the knockout biryanis and curries. Kebabs are also sometimes...
Kazi Nazrul Islam Ave · interesting places nearby
National Museum information
The excellent National Museum, sprawling over several floors, begins with the geological formation of Bangladesh, whisks you through a rundown of the nation’s flora and fauna, saunters through a Buddhist and Hindu past, and brings you up to date with the War of Liberation and the creation of the modern state. Highlights include lively 6th century terracotta Hindu plaques, Buddhist statuary, vignettes of village life and the 'how did they get it inside?' wooden river racing boat.